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to be safe we should all avoid making sex tapes in north korea. thank you for joining us, we'll have the latest on syria, we're always on line at abcnews.com, and have a great week. schedule, the paving, the grinding and the striping is moving as planned. the only thing behind schedule are the drivers who are stuck taking the long way around. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm ama dates in for dan ashley. we will have more on the bridge in a moment. first the crisis in syria where it is 9:00 a.m. on saturday. abc news is reporting there could be u.s. military action there as soon as this weekend. the president and his staff is meeting today and deciding how to respond to the masacre that leaves 1400 people with chemical weapons and with four u.s. navy ships off the syrian coast, the white house is leaving little doubt that the united states would respond with force. >> from the white house, president obama is weighing the options in response to a chemical weapons attack he said syria's government carried outlast week. the president is speaking with his national security te
. >> reporter: she said she used some b.a.r.t. alternatives during the last strike. >> i have tried the bus. i have done the muni and the ferry. >> reporter: this evening, we had hoped for an update from some of the unions before 11:00. i have been exchanging messages with one of the spokesperson s from that union. she tells me she is not sure when she will give us further information because everyone is still at the negotiating table. of course we will monitor this throughout this newscast and we should have an update if anything changes. live in oakland, abc 7 news. >>> san francisco mayor ed lee sides in the b.a.r.t. negotiations, work out a deal or else. >> if they can't get it together on i think a privilege to negotiation agreements between the two, then i think that privilege might have to be it i. if it is, it's a sorry state. it's a failure. >> reporter: lee says if b.a.r.t. workers resume their strike, he will consider asking the governor to step in. he called the last b.a.r.t. strike a hardship on commuters. the vast majority of people are cringing at the thought of a strike. one in
for joining us, have a good weekend. we'll be right here tomorrow. as always, we're on line on abcnews.com. just doing nothing. everybody is trying to find solutions. >> so far there are none as thousands of bay area commuters await for any sign of progress. >> we are a little more than 48 hours before one of the biggest transit systems in the nation could come to a stop. >> here is where we stand now with little more than two days to go until the strike deadline. all three unions and bart have ended talks for the night. >> negotiators give mow indication that a breakthrough was imminent. >> bart general manager says she is optimistic they can reach an agreement bynight. night. >> we have team coverage with the latest tonight. >> reporter: bart's lead negotiator pushed through a gauntlet of reporters and talked while he walked about on going negotiations. >> as long as you continue to meet there is progress. >> reporter: just before 8:00 p.m. the talks ended for the night with a sunday night deadline looming. >> at this time there is no discussion about extending the contract. >> repor
news. first, sergio is live in oakland where the talks arebein. sergio, walk us through this breaking development tonight. >> as you just mentioned 40 minutes ago is when union members came out of the negotiating -- came away from the negotiating table. they basically had three points. as you mentioned all bart workers will report for work tomorrow morning. all bart trains will continue running. the governor basically stepped in. he has ordered a seven-day board of inquiry. this is how the union members described how this would all happen. >> i want to announce that the governor has requested a seven-day board of inquiry or board of investigation. we want to say that we have been here for the last 24 hours, and we only got a very regress sigh proposal from bart -- regress sigh proposal from bart. >> we wept through this in 2001 -- we went through this in 2001 where we had the cooling off period and the drum beat strike loom. people don't deserve that. we are happy they won't be disrupted tomorrow. >> they will determine whether or not there is reason to extend the period to a 60 or --
site. although no mention of alien autopsies. according to u.s. documents, they were used to support spy pla planes, which may explain the lights in the sky that many confused for ufos. but for many, some parts were not explained, as they were redacted. and it still did not explain roswell. tune in tomorrow, and as always we're on line at abcnews.com. good night, america, and have a wonderful weekend. >>> grub fire on the evening commute. a suspect shot by the chp all but shutting down highway 24. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm ama dates in for carolyn johnson. this started after a motorcycle crash in oakland and both on highway 24. alan wang is live with the story tonight. alan? >> dan and ama, the eastbound wilder road off-ramp reopened after a six-hour crime scene investigation. but police are still looking for any witnesses who may know what happened on highway 24 is that lead up to the officer-involved shooting. >> sheriff investigators say the suspect vehicle was parked along the eastbound wilder road exit off the highway 24 tunnel. around 4:00 a chp off
, tweet us. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always, tweet us at abcnews.com. yosemite has swelled to 175,000 acres. 2,000 firefighters are making some progress. right now they have it 5% contained. the fire is dangerously close to 4500 homes tonight. it has already destroyed 16 structures since it began six days ago. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. dan ashley is off tonight. here is the latest map showing just how large this fire has grown. let's get abc7 news reporter john alston who is live from the fire tonight. john? >> reporter: about 10 minutes ago the hillside exploded into flames. this is along highway 20 which remains closed. the fire has also touched yosemite national park which does remain open at this time. this is one of the many hill sides that cal fire is very concerned about. partially because this wood that is burning is dryer than lumber that you would buy at a store. flames continue to own the hillside. the night sky makes it easier to see the actual fires burning under all of that smoke. tonight cal fire put some crews on stand by to ma
. thank you so much for joining us. the bart strike has been averted at least for now. the 60-day cooling off period gives bart and its unions time to work on an agreement. but as abc7 news reporter sergio reports, talks broke off tonight and there is no new date set for the next meeting. >> the negotiating day ended with no deal made. unions uh -- accused bart management of failing to address safety issues. >> we will not and cannot settle until our safety concerns not just for the workers, but for the riding public are addressed in a serious way. >> and bart management said the unions didn't like the raise that was offered. >> i think a 10% wage is more than fair to our employees, so i think we had a good confidence level in the offer we made. it is regrettable they chose not to accept it. >> they all walked away after spending two hours with the mediator. they all say no progress was made today. so everyone is in the cooling off period that was requested by governor jerry brown and ordered by a san francisco superior court judge. >> go ahead and sign what is fin lasting 60-days. >> the
crews used alternative tactics to slow an out of control wildfire that is causing massive destruction near yosemite. good evening and at the for joining us. i'm ama states. the fire has burned 130,000 acres and it is just 7% contained. more than 5500 homes are threat threat -- threatened and 11 destroyed. the number could rise. john alston is live tonight with the latest on the fire. john? >> ama, one of the larger fires is on a hilltop behind me. this is south of highway 120 and exactly where authorities do not want this to go. the cost of the firefighting effort so far is in the $8 million range. one weapon against the fire has been a pistol that shoots an insydney year device to burn the ground cover before the main fire can. today firefighters were able to get water on flames burning within yosemite. the park remains open, but highway 120 is still closed. along that road small fires flared into larger ones inan instant. >> for the first time in a week residents were allowed toh. see their property. korean gnaw and her brother originally from the bay area lost two homes
not able to save the historic site. good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm ama states. dates. nearly 144 acres has burned since last week and it is only 7% con intayed. the fire destroyed at least two dozen buildings and tonight we just learned that a family camp has been destroyed. john alston has been on the fire line and joins us with the latest. john? >> this is going to be heartbreaking for the people who have spent so many years there enjoying this park. a short time ago we hiked about a half mile in to see the devastation and this is video you will see only on abc7 news. after more than 90 years it ended like this. the few wool law me camp was burned by the fire. >> about 2:00, 3:00, there was a fire that ran into the berkeley camp. the fire went into the trees and made a remnant of the camp. >> virtually every cabin and camp is gone in a fire that has been impossible to control. >> the fire gets into the trees and it is virtually impossible to stop. the trees here are 100, 150 feet tall. it burns above the ground. >> this is how berkeley camp looked on friday, three d
we want to remind you to vote for your ultimate summer song. tell us what you think the best summer song ever is by tweeting us at "nightline." and your pick could be featured this friday night. thank you for joining us on abc news. good night, america. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. closed and the toll plaza has no one in line despite the hype not everyone was ready for the shutdown. >> i guess we will have to go over the golden gate bridge and then san rafael bridge. i am not very happy. >> good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. dan ashley is off tonight. you can see behind me this unusual sight. no cars on the span at all. the bridge has been closed a
it to you on abc 7 news.com and twitter. join us at an earlier time monday morning for updates on the back to work commute. eric thomas and kristin we have will ob a half hour earlier than usual on the abc 7 morning news. >> the man accused of killing a woman and her son is dead. police shot and killed 40-year-old james dimaggio in idaho late this afternoon. the young girl was found, live and will soon be reunited with her father. we have the details. >> a six-day manhunt from san diego to idaho for a 40-year-old double murder subject and the girl he allegedly abducted, hannah anderson, is over. >> during an arrest attempt at the north end of moorhead lake in idaho, the suspect james lee dimaggio was shot and killed by an fbi tactical agent. hannah was successfully rescue and appears in pretty good shape. >> a homicide suspect in a very rugged area and we have a 16-year-old girl we wanted to bring home safely. we wanted it to end safely and wanted her home. that's what happened. >> 200 specially trained officers penetrated the terrain called the river of no return wilderness to find dimagg
warning and a lightning strike hits in the bay area. good evening, even. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler in for ama dates. it is clear right now over the bay area, but thunderstorms will soon be moving in. let's head to abc7 news meteorologist leigh glaser for a first check on weather and live doppler 7hd. >> yeah, and we are definitely going to see some big changes weather wise the first part of the workweek. we have a few high and midlevel clouds and some along the coast. but the thundershowers are very close to the bay area. we are picking them up in south leak tahoe. and -- lake tahoe. and check out what has developed south of baker field. very heavy showers and isolated severe thunderstorms. this one right there is getting ready to develop near bakersfield with numerous lightning strikes. folks, get ready for thunderstorms developing and that has definitely prompted a red flag warning beginning tonight through wednesday. that looks like the highest potential for the bay area to see isolated thunderstorms will be monday night and tuesday. we will get to that forecast
of our song of summer won by a landslide. did you vote for we can't stop? or can't hold us? maybe, but one tune drowned out all the others. blurred lines. almost impossible to listen to without a little shimmy and a shake. happy summer, everybody. thank you for watching abc news, in to prevent another bart strike as the agency and union negotiated late into the evening. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. sergio is live in oakland tonight with up to the mindy tails. sergio -- up to the minute details. sergio? >> the negotiators took a break at about 10:00 this evening, and they all say even though the governor has called for a court-ordered 60-day cooling off period, they are all still committed to hammering out a deal as soon as possible. negotiators took a break this evening with all sides saying they are committed to working through the weekend. >> from our standpoint we want to get this done. nobody wants to come back in 50 days or 55 days. >> we want to make sure bart is as committed as we are to averting a strike in 60-days in assisted of the night afte
to remember you by. thank you for joining us, i'll see you tomorrow at "good morning, america" with more of my interview with tameka raymond. and as always, we're on abcnews.com. good night. short that day. that day my life changed. >> seven years after a gruesome murder a mother renewed her plea for help finding her son's killer, and tonight a quarter million dollars in reward money is powerful incentive. good evening. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson is off tonight. his name was aubrey abricasa and his mother marked the anniversary by trying to generate new leads to his killer. cornell bernard is live with the story. cornell, you can still see the grief on her face and hear it in her voice. >> you really can, dan. it has been seven years since teenager aubrey aubrey was gunnd down in this very intersection of grove and baker. his mother is still vowing to find witnesses who can help bring a killer to justice. aubrey was just 17 years old when he was gunned down at the corner of grove and baker streets exactly seven years ago. >> his life was just cut short that day. that day my life changed.
sergio quintana is live to tell us what lead to the arrest. good evening. >> good evening, carolyn. for years dillon grenner has run this school, but he is in jail accused of inappropriate account as with students. they said he admitted to that and wrote out an apology letter to the victims and to the entire community. 38-year-old dillon is accused of lewd and lascivious act with two 13-year-old girls. they said he offers them free lessons. >> he continues the relationship with them until the point it grows into an inappropriate relationship with him where he is making sexual advances toward them and photographing them in in -- and personal body parts. >> they served search warrants at his home. evidence leads detectives to believe there are more victims. >> there were videos taken from the store in the dressing room as well depicting young girls getting changed into wetsuits there at the business. >> dillon grenner has been well known on coul beach where he teachers teachers ands his surf classes. he shot a series of varied yows last year showing trash and syringes there. they rec
with fun tunes. ♪ but who has the best summer song of all time? the beach boys brought us to the water for years. ♪ everybody's going surfing ♪ surfing usa but now maybe it's preppie vampire weekend that brings us right back to the shore. ♪ so what's that iconic song of summer for you? tell us by tweeting us @nightline. and this friday night you can see your pick featured right here. thanks for watching abc news. tune in to "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always, shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. with u-verse high speed internet. >> from the ground and from the air. one of the biggest fire fights in the state has ever seen is finally paying off. >> we
it even if the rope was on the floor. thank you for joining us, coming up, gma, we'll have the world at your fingertips in the morning. have a great evening, america. the new eastern span of the bay bridge lit up with thousands of lead bulbs. the lights are ready to go, but the bridge itself is not so much. but it could change sooner than expected. good evening. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. are we getting close to having the grand opening? maybe. john olston is live on the new deck. it looks good. >> yes. right now i am on the spot of the future traffic jam. it is all about the lighting. cal trans flipped the switch and conducted another test of the bay bridge and you can see a gorgeous waxing moon above the man made version. we also learned there is a possibility that this new bridge could be open on labor day. tonight was another appetizer before the bridge opens for real. they turned on 1500 lights and the suspension portion of the bridge. they use half of the emergency of other lights and last 10 to 15 years each. >> the lighting builds it is a lifts off th
," as always, we're on line at abcnews.com. for all of us here at abc news, good night, america. is threatening at least 2500 homes near yosemite. it spread to 10,000 acres west of the park and destroyed seven buildings. >> despite having 700 firefighters trying to contain it, they cannot get uh hold of the fire. it is burning on steep terrain and firecrews are having trouble getting at it. residents and campers have been forced to get what they can and get out fast. >> i don't even know what to think. >> that is the veer ross tee of the flames -- that is the verocity of the flames. yosemite national park remains open. >>> three camps run by bay area cities have been affected. san francisco has been rerelocated and canceled a weekend event for teenagers. the family camp sent 80 students and staff home yesterday and another camp was evacuated this evening. campers and staff are expected to arrive back in berkeley any minute now. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. firefighters throughout the state are dealing with dry conditions and in the bay area we are experiencing it as well. >> sand
of not only using banned steroids and human growth hormone but for also attempting to obstruct and frustrate an investigation into the south florida anti-aging clinic called biogenesis. this is the same investigation that cost former mvp ryan braun a shameful end to this season. and after seeing the evidence a dozen other major league players accepted 50-game suspensions today and gave up their right to appeal. but from a-rod no apologies. >> obviously, disappointed with the news today. no question about it. >> if you didn't use p.e.d.s in this recent why don't you just say it? >> i don't think the time is right now. and i don't want to interfere or get in the way of anything that -- with due process. >> since he's allowed to play while appealing and since his arbitration may not begin until late fall-k a-rod salvage his legacy? if he can prove he still has hall of fame skills, the yankees may have good raines to stick with him, even if he's banned for all of next season. if not, this will be the beginning of the end. we do thank you for watching abc news. "gma" in the morning. we're always
-old? tweet us at "nightline." thank you for joining us on abc news. tune in tomorrow, and as always, we're on line at abcnews.com. good night. >> labor day it is. >> signs are up. count down is on. >> after years of debate and delay the new bay bridge is finally ready to open. good evening. >> i'm in for carolyn johnson. bay bridge will close between august the 28th and september 3rd as the switch over begins. the date had been in question for months because of the broken other quake safety bolt discovered last spring.l today l >> well today the toll bridge oversight committee voted to approve temporary fix for the bolt cementing the opening day for labor day weekend vl not everilled is thrilled with the plan. we are life on treasure eye land with look at impact on commuters. >> well about 400,000 daily bart riders are going to be jock using for seat with car poolers and ac transit transbay passengers. the bay bridge is also economic life line for a lot of businesses who expect to lose money during those 5 days. >> modern express courier company expects to lose up to continue,000 do
all of us here at "nightline >>> more frustration tonight at the b.a.r.t. labor talks. they're talking, but so far no deal as we approach a sunday night deadline. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. allen long is outside where the b.a.r.t. and the union has been negotiating. >> reporter: the unions have promised b.a.r.t. passengers 72 hours notice. by the end of tomorrow, we could find out if they plan to strike. meanwhile, we finally caught up with b.a.r.t.'s chief negotiator. >> generally did you think there was movement? >> ask the mediators. >> reporter: b.a.r.t.'s chief negotiator refused to answer my questions on the progress of the talks. >> he continues to not to want to engage in conversation about what our different interests are and how to resolve those. >> reporter: the union says there's been no significant move on pensions and health care. b.a.r.t. says the current offer would give workers slightly more money. but the union says people will suffer over the contract. >> service workers and the utility in their union who start out at $42,000 a year wil
to get back in the world. talk about a reward for good behavior. >> thank you for joining us, tun into "good morning america." and as always, we're on line. once more we say good night. just got >> i just got word that all 3 unions just gave their 72 hour notice. [applause].hat means >> that means 72 hours left to stop another crippling bart strike. good evening everyone. dan has the night off. we have team coverage tonight beginning with abc 7 news reporter amma in oakland. >>reporter: bart and union negotiators were here until 9 tonight. back at it again at 9 tomorrow morning. both sides say they are committed to working through the weekend to avoid a strike. but at about 7:00 o'clock this evening the union decided to put the public on notice. >> we are giving you a 72 hour notice of impending strike if we are not able to come to agreement with the district by midnight sunday. >>reporter: news no one wanted to hear. that bart and union are struggling to reach a deal. >> this is truly a sad occasio occasion. i don't think i have ever been involved in an effort that we tr
the old bay bridge. lisa amin gulezian joins us on treasure island with that story. i will just be that s one that stays up. i have low expectations. i am hoping for that. >> you know, that is very true. a lot of people have been coming by tonight. they are coming with their families. they are taking photos and they are sharing stories of the bridge as well as the eastern side which they used for so many years. >> i will capture as much as i could and have that historical piece. >> the bay bridge is attracting residents from all over tonight. they have their cameras in hand and they are feeling nostalgic. >> i will miss it. i experienced my first job crossing that bridge. >> i was a kid when the 1989 earthquake happened. i do have a lot of memories on the bridge. >> the earthquake in 1989 is the reason the section failed and the need for a new eastern span arose. experts say the new section will be safer, earthquake resistant and have a shoulder for drivers to pull on to in case of an emergency. >> i just wanted to go right across the bay bridge for the last time. >> for many here, safety
. an with all that lightning we are seeing some rain. here's video sent to from us a viewer if san jose. you can see the rain hitting the pool in the back yard of this houseÑ#rib on fields drive. now here's a look at you report photo sent to us by bay area viewers. mike tweeted this shot from a lightning strike from dublin looking to san francisco. thank you for that mike. >> another bolt from san mateo county. you report pick from viewer anthony sea bold. check out this photo tweeted to us from bryan in south san francisco. shows a massive blast of light new england coming from the cloudy sky above. really remarkable shot. dramatic in. ge. carolyn is off. dangerous weather is moving through the bay area right now. zappedia is here with the latest conditions now out there. sandhya. >> get right to l&÷oppler 7 hd we still see development on our radar which is up in mt. st. helens nachlt numerous lightning strike here moving across the bay year and out over the ocean. this is latest look around this area lightning strike right now so definitely some thunderstorms rumble just throu
lunch. thank you for joining us on abc news, tomorrow, an exclusive interview. a shocking case that captivated the country and led to the film "capturing the freedmans." a father and son accused of terrible crimes, new evidence has been presented. but who is telling the truth? as always, we're on line at abc.com. good night. tonight in riverside county where a wildfire continues to burn out of control. it began just after 2:00 this afternoon and it quickly grew to more than 6,000 acres. >> multiple buildings have been destroyed and fiche communities are under a -- five communities are under a mandatory evacuation order. three people have been injured including two firefighters. >> more than 500 crews are currently battling this fire. still no estimate on when containment is expected. but you can see it is devastating near banning. >> i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. >>> our other top story, a young boy just a year old shot and killed in his sleep. >> oakland's police chief is promising to put every resource he has to find who did this. >> alan wang is at oakland police h
the triplex that he own and he used one unit as his office and represented out the other. one of the units with bart will issue a 48 hour strike notice tomorrow if no progress is made. they made the threat after talks ended. the issues remain the same. salary and medical contributions and overtime. governor brown ordered a board to investigate the talks and expected to decide this weekend whether to declare a 60-day cooling off period. new at 11:00, a muni bus caught fire this afternoon upon in san francisco's outer richmond district. the bus was on geary near 28th when flame broke out after 3:00. sky 7 was overhead moments after crews put out the fire. firefighters tell us it looks like an engine problem started it all. they managed to get off the bus safely. >> officials in san bruno canceled classes after police searched unsuccessfully for a man thought to be armed with a rifle. they received reportsa the noon and placed a lockdown because they feared he was heading there. skyline is located near the san francisco jail. the lockdown was lifted at 6:30 and no classes are scheduled friday
immediately. follow us at abc7 news bay area. moving on, a massive wildfire near yosemite national park has forced county leaders there to ask the governor to dough -- to declare a state of emergency. a new round of evacuations was ordered as the fire jumped the containment line. there is a big dump from a fixed wing tanker plane dumping flame retardant. the stanislaus national forest. strong winds are pushing the flames in every direction and residents are understandably nervous. >> i am a little concerned. >> there is no safety zone to escape it if the fire were to turn at him. we lost 19 in arizona and we will not let that happen again god willing. >> flames destroyed nine buildings since the fire started. the crews are expected to take two weeks to get this under control. meteorologist sandhya patel is here near yosemite. sandhya? >> dan, it is just off the bay area coastline. let's check out live doppler 7hd and let's talk about the lightning strikes showing up off the coast. as you look here in the last couple minutes, we are seeing a few strikes just west of the cloverdale area. it i
us, and tune into "good morning america" tomorrow, and as always we're on line at abcnews.com. good night, america. . >> tonight firefighters are losing control of the rim fire burningemite. just short time ago the fire grew by 10,000 aingeers. bringing the total to more than 63,000 acres burned. twice the size of san francisco. >> and the fire is just one percent contained tonight. national fire center says it's the fourth largest and fastestwi growing wildfire in the country. earlier today the governor declared state of emergency freeing up money and firefighters resource. >> fire also caused san francisco to declare a state of emergency because it gets both water and power from the reservoir there. water officials say it's infrastructure is damaged but water quality and supply at this moment are not affected. >> the fire is growing on 3 sides and moving both up and down the river canyon and toward the community of pine mountain lake. highway 120 in yosemite remains closed. more than 2500 structures are threatened and residents living in the fire path are getting ready to e
that the schedule and so far they haven't had to use any of it. cal-trans optimistic they will beat the deadline tuesday at 5:00 a.m. spoke live in the toll plaza if oakland, allen, abc 7 news. >> good to hear thank you allen. >> this evening drive home was grueling for many drivers. watch live on a before c 7 news at 6:00. south on highway 101 on the about instant la. 10:00 o'clock san mateo bridge east bay during abc 7 news this evening. it took our engineer behind the wheel 30 minutes to get from one end of the bridge to the other. 7 morning fuss traffic anchor says we can expect more of the same tomorrow. >> 238 to 8 80 to get to you the bridge that was particularly busy today. folks also heading in the northbound direction to get to the richmond san rafael bridge then coming down through marin to get to san francisco. so we did see those particular areas pretty busy. >> and those roads would have been even pr crowded if all of these people had decided to drive as well. this is photo of packed bart train tonight. taken by one of the directors chris i don't know son half hour ago leav
. officials have decontaminated restrooms, tents linen campground using bleach. it causes stomach flu like symptoms. very unpleasant and can be dangerous. >>> new at 11:00. employee of the city of hayward just hours away now from starting a 3 day strike. more than 350 city workers say they will walk off the job tomorrow. union officials claim work versus given back more than 12 percent of their wages since 2010. l city says union has failed to make salary benefit concessions in order to help bring hayward into financial health. >> tonight bart management and its union say they are anxious to resume bargaining. but they have to wait until the state mediator set new schedule. yesterday as you know judge agreeed to governor brown request for 60 day cooling off period pushing a possible strike to october. they will resume talking one hopes within the next few days or week. >> coming up next 7 news at 1 11:00. tragic fall. this accident had a stunned a crowd watching major league baseball game tonight just horrifying. >> also hanging on for dear life. couple ended up hanging off balco
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